Ferrari is finally entering the Indian market and will officially launch its full range of sports cars in April this year.
As reported by Autocar India, Ferrari is entering India in partnership with the Shreyans group, which is a luxury good trading company and also sells Porsche and Audi in India. This is more than a little surprising since it was Tata Motors who were expected to help the Italian carmaker’s Indian entry, thanks to their association with Fiat (which has gone sour off late).
Ferrari will establish its own dealership and service network in India which is sees as a significant market (we guess they must have seen many supercars in Indian metros). The latest 458 Italia and the upcoming four-seater FF are also going to be available in India. Ferrari’s official entry will be beneficial to existing Ferrari owner too as they will be able to get service directly from the manufacturer.